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June     


Saturday, June 1
Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Opening reception, 11-3pm
Signs of Summer with gallery artists.
 
   


Saturday, June 8
Gallery 1261  LLC
Opening reception, 6-9 pm
David Grossman’s Solo Exhibition: Inward. “These paintings are my introspections, my inward journey to understand something about the motivations that drive me as an artist. I wanted to go deeper into my subject matter, my materials, and my inspirations behind each painting. This led me to focus some of these pieces around specific subjects that have become important and symbolic to me. It gave me the means to experiment with technique in new ways, pushing the boundaries of how I use the pigments, mediums and surfaces that comprise my work. This process of introspection also led me into explorations of mood through texture and color, walking where the blurry lines of reality finally dissolve into abstraction.”
Through July 6

K Contemporary
Opening reception, 6-9 pm
Jonathan Saiz Solo Exhibition: Colorado Coastal. Land-locked Colorado is not an island... yet. Denver born artist Jonathan Saiz explores a vast and beautiful landscape where all of Colorado’s landmarks have been lost to the rising tides of a post climate-change world. The seascape has been a beloved subject matter for painters for centuries; Saiz continues this tradition with hundreds of large and small scale oil paintings with a different, more ominous intent. “The writing is on the wall” he says.
Through July 6

Abend Gallery
Opening reception, 6-8pm
The 5x5 Project. The 5x5 Project started as a celebration of the Mini Show's 25th Anniversary, wherein we invited our gallery artists to each paint works on unframed cradleboard panels. Because of its great success and popularity, the 5x5 Project has become an ongoing, year-round fixture of the gallery. These works are available now and can be purchased directly from our website. Don't miss the latest installment of this long-running program. View the exhibit online

Through July 6
 


Gallery 1261  LLC
David Grossman
Bright Autumn Patterns
oil on linen
Through July 6


K Contemporary
Jonathan Saiz
Civic Center Park
Through July 6


Friday June 14
William Havu Gallery

Opening reception, 6-9pm
Women in Abstraction with artists Monroe Hodder, Amy Meter, Lolo Montejo, Margaret Petitee Olsen, Laura Wait, and Sheryl Zacharia.
Through July 27

 
   


Friday, June 28
David B. Smith Gallery
Opening Reception, 6 - 8 pm
Lion in the Kitchen, a solo exhibition by Portland, Maine-based artist Leon Benn> Also exhibiting: Su Su Extrusion Paintings. In his second solo exhibition with the gallery, Benn reflects on the textures and potential narratives of domestic space. After spending a season indoors with mind adrift on the frozen winds of the East Coast winter, Benn found refuge in the pages of the Sunday comics. In what he calls a form of “poetic freestyle,” commonplace conditions of modern living such as artificial light, parking lots, and plastic-wrapped groceries set the stage for imagination.

This is Su Su introductory exhibition with the gallery, Pittsburgh-based artist Su Su continues her dialog with visual culture through the lens of her Chinese-American heritage. Borrowing pop culture imagery culled from global corporations such as Disney and Del Monte or iconic Western art imagery via Vincent Van Gogh, Su Su fluidly deconstructs and blends loaded aesthetics, altering corresponding cultural meaning.
Through July 27

 


David B. Smith Gallery
Leon Benn
Lion in the Kitchen 2019
Oil pastel, and fabric dyes on Moroccan linen 64 x 54 inches
Through July 27


David B. Smith Gallery
Su Su
Peachboy 2019
oil pigments on synthetic fabric,
32 x 28 in

Through July 27

 

July    


Saturday July 6
Tansey Contemporary
Opening reception, artist talk and demonstration, 2-4pm
Evanescence, Judith Content Solo Exhibition, curated by and previously on view at the San José Museum of Quilts & Textiles. Known for her use of discharge dyeing and shibori dyeing technique, Content’s work references the natural landscape with painterly movement to explore place and memory. Inspired by various elements of Japanese culture—haiku poetry, wagashi confections, and kimonos—Content creates her textile works using complex arashi and itajime shibori dyeing techniques on silk, her preferred material. View the exhibit online
Through August 24
 
   


Saturday, July 13
Gallery 1261  LLC
Opening reception, 6-9 pm
Small Works is the 15th Annual group exhibition featuring works spanning multiple genres, small in scale but big in ideas and execution. This show exemplifies the diverse nature of the group of artists at 1261 with some wonderful guest artists as well. Exhibiting artists: Gregory Block, David Cheifetz, Teresa Elliott, Muccillo Renato, Zoey Frank, Mia Bergeron, Valerio D’Ospina, Derek Penix, Susan Lyon, Kramer Patrick, McGurl Joseph, Soukup Jill, Bhosle Suchitra, Gordon Brown, Robin Cole, Diane Massey Dunbar, Hollis Dunlap, Greg Gandy, David Grossman, Anthony Waichulis, Vincent Xeus, and Elizabeth Zanzinger.
Through August 3
 


Gallery 1261  LLC
Dianne Dunbar
Cupcake
oil on arches paper
Through August 3


Gallery 1261  LLC
Ron Hicks
Precarious Path
Oil
Through August 3

August     


Saturday, August 10
K Contemporary
Opening reception, 6-8 pm
Karen Roehl, Solo Exhibition. In this most recent body of work, Roehl is focusing on exploring and sharing her own evolution as an artist over the past twelve years, during which she dedicated herself to creating on a full time basis. Through her work, she asks herself the question, “What's changed and what hasn’t?” Roehl philosophically explores how the act of painting, the physical paintings themselves, and the collective bodies of work produced as a result, are all created as part of a carefully unfolding process.
Through August, 31
 


K Contemporary
Karen Roehl
Untitled 197954
36x48” unframed, acrylic, ink, graphite

Through August, 31

 


GALLERY LISTINGS



Abend Gallery
Note our new address
1412 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202    Map

303.355.0950 phone
800.288.3726 toll free


website: www.abendgallery.com

Hours: Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 11am-4


Saturday, May 4
O
pening reception, 6-8pm
Songs from the Nail House, a solo exhibition by Matthew Saba. A Colorado native, Saba works in combinations of oil, wax, graphite and charcoal, and paints real-life objects, which, as he puts it, lack contrivance. Harsh combinations of degraded forms and strict geometric drawing transpire on his canvases: clean and rough, form and formless, all go hand-in-hand in his compositions.
Through May 25

Saturday, June 8
Opening reception, 6-8pm
The 5x5 Project. The 5x5 Project started as a celebration of the Mini Show's 25th Anniversary, wherein we invited our gallery artists to each paint works on unframed cradleboard panels. Because of its great success and popularity, the 5x5 Project has become an ongoing, year-round fixture of the gallery. These works are available now and can be purchased directly from our website. Don't miss the latest installment of this long-running program. View the exhibit online
 



David B. Smith Gallery 
1543 A Wazee Sgtreet
Denver, CO 80202 
map
phone:    303.893.4234
fax:         877.893.4234

website: 
http://davidbsmithgallery.com
Hours: Tues-Sat 12-6, and by appointment


Continuing:
Re/Presenting México: José María Velasco and the Politics of Paper
, by Las Vegas-based artist Justin Favela. Continuing his dialogue with the works of Mexican landscape painter José María Velasco, row by row, Favela meticulously replicates Velasco’s iconic works in strips of brightly colored tissue paper.
Justin Favela, In the project room: Mikayla Whitmore, Magic Circle. Magic Circle taps into the lore of Western landscapes mingled with the art historical symbolism of the mirror and the shape of the circle. Through her use of light and reflection Whitmore alludes to the mirage, the storied symbol of salvation, particularly when one is lost in the desert
Through May 4

Friday, May 17
Opening Reception, 6 - 8 pm
Not Much Will Change When I’m Gone. a solo exhibition of new works by Zach Reini. For his debut with the gallery, Reini will present a diverse array works ranging from shaped canvas panels to found object assemblage. Rendered in his meticulously crafted style, he takes inspiration from cultural ephemera of the ‘90s, namely, Pogs. Envisioned as the embodiment of disposable trends, imagery, color palette, and composition are culled from classic Pogs, which are then reproduced in comparatively monumental scale. In his futile effort to return to the blip in time when Pogs enjoyed popularity, Reini questions the utility of nostalgia and the fickle nature of commercialized cultural systems.
Through June 15

Friday, June 28
Opening Reception, 6 - 8 pm
Lion in the Kitchen, a solo exhibition by Portland, Maine-based artist Leon Benn> Also exhibiting: Su Su Extrusion Paintings. In his second solo exhibition with the gallery, Benn reflects on the textures and potential narratives of domestic space. After spending a season indoors with mind adrift on the frozen winds of the East Coast winter, Benn found refuge in the pages of the Sunday comics. In what he calls a form of “poetic freestyle,” commonplace conditions of modern living such as artificial light, parking lots, and plastic-wrapped groceries set the stage for imagination.

This is Su Su  introductory exhibition with the gallery, Pittsburgh-based artist Su Su continues her dialog with visual culture through the lens of her Chinese-American heritage. Borrowing pop culture imagery culled from global corporations such as Disney and Del Monte or iconic Western art imagery via Vincent Van Gogh, Su Su fluidly deconstructs and blends loaded aesthetics, altering corresponding cultural meaning.
Through July 27
 



David Cook Fine Art
Maggie Ross, Director
1637 Wazee Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
    map

Phone:      303.623.8181

Website:    www.davidcookfineart.com

Hours:      10:30 - 6:00 Tuesday through Saturday and by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Gallery 1261  LLC
1412 Wazee Street
Denver, CO 80202
map
 
phone: 303.571.1261

website:   www.gallery1261.com

Hours:     Tue - Sat: 12-6pm

Saturday, June 8
Opening reception, 6-9 pm
David Grossman’s Solo Exhibition: Inward. “These paintings are my introspections, my inward journey to understand something about the motivations that drive me as an artist. I wanted to go deeper into my subject matter, my materials, and my inspirations behind each painting. This led me to focus some of these pieces around specific subjects that have become important and symbolic to me. It gave me the means to experiment with technique in new ways, pushing the boundaries of how I use the pigments, mediums and surfaces that comprise my work. This process of introspection also led me into explorations of mood through texture and color, walking where the blurry lines of reality finally dissolve into abstraction.”
Through July 6
 



GALLERY M
 
180 Cook St, Suite 101   map
Denver, CO 80206

phone:    303-331-8400
website:  www.gallerym.com


Hours:    By Appointment Daily, Tue-Sat.

GALLERY M specializes in 20th century photojournalism and social documentary. LIFE photojournalists including Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bourke-White, Carl Mydans, Ralph Morse and others are always on display and available

In May
A Bird's Eye Perspective of Life with Hats in the Garment District by Margaret Bourke-White.
 



K Contemporary
 
Doug Kacena Co-Owner / Director
1412 Wazee St , Denver, CO 80202   map
phone:     303-590-9800
cell:         720-296-7180

website:   https://kcontemporaryart.com

Hours:     Tuesday – Saturday, 12 pm – 6 pm or by appointment

Saturday, May 4
Opening Reception, 6-9 pm
Solo exhibition, Gentle Distortion by Mario Zoots, a Denver original with a growing international profile. The central theme of Zoots’ work explores the concepts of originality, intention, expression and authorship, ultimately asking the question, “What represents authenticity in this era of simulacrum? In the Project Space: Michael Dowling will have the opportunity share his exploration of a new medium for his brilliant drawings—books. “I’m working on books as a drawing surface, in part because I like the look, but it also seems to give my drawings a reference of deeper meaning or hidden story."
Through June 1

Saturday, June 8
Opening reception, 6-9 pm
Jonathan Saiz Solo Exhibition: Colorado Coastal. Land-locked Colorado is not an island... yet. Denver born artist Jonathan Saiz explores a vast and beautiful landscape where all of Colorado’s landmarks have been lost to the rising tides of a post climate-change world. The seascape has been a beloved subject matter for painters for centuries; Saiz continues this tradition with hundreds of large and small scale oil paintings with a different, more ominous intent. “The writing is on the wall” he says.
Through July 6

Saturday, August 10
Opening reception, 6-8 pm
Karen Roehl, Solo Exhibition. In this most recent body of work, Roehl is focusing on exploring and sharing her own evolution as an artist over the past twelve years, during which she dedicated herself to creating on a full time basis. Through her work, she asks herself the question, “What's changed and what hasn’t?” Roehl philosophically explores how the act of painting, the physical paintings themselves, and the collective bodies of work produced as a result, are all created as part of a carefully unfolding process.
Through August, 31
 


Mai Wyn Fine Art
744 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO, 80204    map
phone:    303-893-4182

website:   www.maiwyn.com
Hours:     Hours:    
Thursday - Saturday 11-5, Sunday 12-4. Open 1st Fridays until 10pm丨3rd Fridays until 8pm and by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Michael Warren Contemporary   
Mike McClung and Warren Campbell, owners
760 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204  map

gallery:     303-635-6255
cell:
         303-667-2447

website:   www.michaelwarrencontemporary.com


Hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-6 pm or by appointment

Continuing:
Kelton Osborn, Inaccessible Spaces with concurrent exhibit by Meghan Wilbar.
Through May 25

Saturday, May 11
Artist's Talk with Kelton Osborn and Meghan Wilbar, 10:30am – 12pm



Plinth Gallery
Owner:  Jonathan Kaplan
3520 Brighton Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80216    map
phone:     303-295-0717


website:   www.plinthgallery.com

Hours:     Thursday -Saturday, 12pm-5pm, and other times by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Plus Gallery

Owner: Ivar Zeile
Private Dealer

website:  www.plusgallery.com

Exhibition to be announced
 


 
Robischon Gallery
1740 Wazee St.
Denver, CO.  80202    Map
phone:  303.298.7788
fax:       303.298.7799


web:  www.robischongallery.com


Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 6pm Mondays
            by appointment. Adjacent Free Parking until 6pm

Continuing:

In conjunction with Denver’s Month of Photography, Robischon Gallery is pleased to present three concurrent solo exhibitions featuring David Maisel (CA), Kevin O’Connell (CO) and James Benning (CA). The artists’ attention toward both earth and sky, capture divergent aspects of their subjects - from Maisel’s bold, vertiginous, aerial overviews of industrially-altered landscapes, to O’Connell’s vast open fields, awaiting life-sustaining rain and the clouds that deliver it, to Benning’s seasonally changing views of backroads, smaller interstates and lonely highways through a lens of an unrelenting traveler of the contemporary open roads. In the Viewing Room: Claire Sherman.
Though May 4

Thursday, May 16
Opening reception, 6 – 8 pm
Four Concurrent Solo Exhibitions in Abstraction: BARBARA TAKENAGA “Manifold” LINDA FLEMING “Allusion” JAQ CHARTIER “SunTests” and ALISON HALL “Heirlooms”
Through July 6
 



Rule Gallery
Valerie Santerli, Owner/Director
Rachel Beitz, Owner/CFO
530 Santa Fe Dr,
Denver CO
and
204 E San Antonio St,
Marfa TX

phone:    303-800-6776

website:  https://rulegallery.com

Denver hours:  Tues-Friday 12-6pm, Saturday 12-5pm and by appointment

Friday, May 10
Closing reception:
In The Fold showcases three artists, Susan Blake, Basil Kincaid and Renluka Maharaj whose photographic work lies at the intersection of culture and identity, where fabric as subject holds memory at the forefront of their individual practice. Fabric can be seen as an impression of a figure or a stand-in for the remembrance of a loved one. It acts as a vehicle for a history, woven into each thread or sewn into an ancestral quilt. preview the exhibition   request a PDF checklist
more information about the move
Through May 10

Late June 2019 / New Location:
RULE Gallery is pleased to announce an exciting expansion as part of the next chapter in the gallery’s history. Situated just a short distance from their current Denver location, RULE will open its doors at 808 Santa Fe Drive at the end of June 2019. map

Boasting a larger footprint and taller ceiling height for exhibition programming, the new site will also feature a private viewing room and small project space on the second floor. The current exhibition, In the Fold, has been extended through May 10, and after two and a half years at 530 Santa Fe Drive; the gallery will depart the location. A closing party scheduled for Friday, May 10th will be held from 6-9pm to celebrate the final day at the space. more information about the move
 



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Mikkel & Catherine Saks, owners
3019 East Second Ave

Denver, CO  80206    map
phone:    303-333-4144

website: 
www.saksgalleries.com

Hours:  Tues-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm and by appointment.
Exhibitions year- round
view the Saks Galleries Cherry Creek videos

Friday, May 17

Opening reception, 11am-3pm
A Sparrow's Refuge, new works by Peggy McGivern
Through May 31

Saturday, June 1
Opening reception, 11-3pm
Signs of Summer with gallery artists.

Continuing:

The McKenney-Hall Indian Gallery.
Thomas McKenney was appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs in 1916 by President James Madison. He championed Native American causes for the next several decades at a time when tribal culture was often on a collision course with land-hungry whites and the U.S. Government. McKenney worked tirelessly on his Indian Gallery, a collection of artifacts and portraits of the visiting Indians by the famous painter Charles Bird King. However, in 1830, McKenney was dismissed by President Jackson -- they had quarreled about the removal of the Cherokee from their homeland. McKinley had also battled with a Congressional committee investigating his expenditure of $3,100 for the Indian portraits. Therefore, it was on his own that he launched a project to publish a series of large portfolios with hand-colored lithographs made after King's original paintings. More information

 



Sandra Phillips Gallery 
Gallery Owner:  Sandra Phillips

47 W. 11th Avenue, Denver. Colorado 80204   map
phone:   303 931-2991



website: www.thesandraphillipsgallery.com

Hours: Tues. - Sat. 12:30 - 5 Sun. and evenings available by appointment

Continuing:
A solo exhibition for conceptual artist Virginia Folkestad. “Landscapes like time never stands still” was the starting point for this Installation “...noiseless foot of time” with materials and form developing over a long period of time. Over that long period of time, the artist worked intuitively, always with the initial concept in mind. As the work evolved with its many changes, the initial concept remained the same and is a visible part of the work. This Installation has been made specifically for the Sandra Phillips Gallery with each wall having work that is related, while at the same time relating conceptually as a total body of work. The work at the same time hints at the mystery, or rather, elusiveness of time and how it is measured both physically and emotionally.
Through June 1
 



Space Gallery
765 Santa Fe Drive     Map
Denver, 80204
phone:    720-904-1088

website: 
www.spacegallery.org
Hours: Wed-Sat 1pm-6pm or by appointment

Continuing:
NOTE this exhibit will be on view at Space Gallery's newest location, the Space ANNEX at 95 South Cherokee.  map
Paul Brokering's solo photography exhibition Rear View Mirror • 13 Typologies. Paul Brokering’s focus on buildings we might dismiss as mundane artifacts of rural life emerge as bold studies of artistic elements. “We drive by these buildings often and seldom take time to stop and discover the beauty of these structures that never change,” he offers. Brokering’s emphasis on shape, color, and repeating patterns of built environments draws us away from a building’s function to its powerful aesthetic.
Through May 4

Continuing:
Materialis
, featuring New Work by: Taiko Chandler, Madeleine Dodge, Wendy Kowynia, and Cuong Ta. Join us this evening for the artist reception of MATERIALIS from 5-9pm. The exhibition will feature brand new work by Taiko Chandler, Madeleine Dodge, Wendy Kowynia and Cuong Ta. Materialis highlights the various mediums and material mastery of these artists. Come get lost in these richly tactile artworks as conceptually innovative and intricate as they are visually lush and sophisticated.
Through May 25

Space Annex
95 S. Cherokee St - Denver, CO  80223  map

Thursday, May 9
Grand Opening: Thursday May 9th 6-9pm
Exhibiting: Momentum. Please join us for an epic celebration for the grand opening of our new gallery - Space Annex. We've transformed an old warehouse in the historic Baker Neighborhood into a beautiful setting to showcase our talented artists. This inaugural exhibit will serve as a marker of things to come. We invited all of our artists to create one special piece for the opening and we can't wait to share them with you. Special Performance by Hannah Kahn Dance Company (Our Awesome Neighbor) 8pm
Through June 15

Thursday May 30
Artist Reception, 5-9pm
Remixed Environments, featuring New Work By: Noelle Phares, Philip Tarlow, Graeme Duncan and Ben Schwab.
Through July 13
 



Tansey Contemporary
1743 Wazee Street Suite 150
Denver. 80203    map
phone:   720-596-4243

website:  www.tanseycontemporary.com
Hours: Tues-Saturday 11am - 5pm

Continuing:
As part of Month of Photography, Tansey Contemporary is pleased to present a solo exhibition of photography-based embroidery, landscape and architectural artifacts by Fort Collins-based artist, Carol Shinn. Shinn will be in attendance and will give a brief talk about her work and her process. view the exhibit online
Through May 27

Saturday July 6
Opening reception, artist talk and demonstration, 2-4pm
Evanescence, Judith Content Solo Exhibition, curated by and previously on view at the San José Museum of Quilts & Textiles. Known for her use of discharge dyeing and shibori dyeing technique, Content’s work references the natural landscape with painterly movement to explore place and memory. Inspired by various elements of Japanese culture—haiku poetry, wagashi confections, and kimonos—Content creates her textile works using complex arashi and itajime shibori dyeing techniques on silk, her preferred material.
Through August 24
 



Visions West Contemporary
Director:  Nikki Todd
2605 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205  map

phone:    303.292.0909

website:   
www.visionswestgallery.com
hours:    Tuesday-Saturday 10-6 pm or by appointment
Note our new address

Continuing:

Docufiction
, an exhibition featuring the work of Julie Blackmon, Drew Leshko, and Travis Walker. Working in a narrative style, the artists in Docufiction create scenarios that are unreal and unexpected. Click images below to see more from each artist.
Through May 18

Friday, May 31
Opening
reception
, 6-8pm
Birdwatcher, a group exhibition featuring the work of Troy Abbott, Tim Berg & Rebekah Myers, Rachel Denny, Adonna Khare, Enrique De Molina, Malia Landis, Mariko Paterson, and Shelley Reed. Birds serve as symbols of wisdom, power, spirituality, freedom, good fortune, and hope. Each of the artists in Birdwatcher draw inspiration from birds as been seen throughout art history. Working in a variety of media each artists approaches the bird in a unique way ranging from technology to ceramics.
Through July 6

 

   




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Gallery Calendar:
Continuing exhibits:
May   June   July   August

DADA Members Map

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M
William Havu Gallery
K Contemporary
Mai Wyn Fine Art
William Matthews
Michael Warren
   Contemporary

Sandra Phillips Gallery
Plinth Gallery
Plus Gallery
Robischon Gallery
Rule Gallery
Saks Galleries
David B. Smith Gallery
Space Gallery

Tansey Contemporary
Visions West Gallery
Walker Fine Art
 

 Continuing Exhibits:




William Havu Gallery
Homare Ikeda
Haikai - Whit
 Acrylic & oil on canvas, 69 1/2 x 58 inches
Westword review by Michael Paigala
Through June 8


William Havu Gallery
Sandy Kinnee
Stepping Stones, Perhaps 2
Acrylic & latex on unstretched canvas,
81 ½ x 153 ½ inches
Westword review by Michael Paigala
Through June 8


William Matthews Gallery
Austin Matthews
oil on panel
Through  June 7


William Matthews Gallery
Martin Campos
oil, 20 x 24
Red #4

Through  June 7


William Matthews Gallery
Gage Opdenbrouw
Cape Cod Sunset,#1
36 x 36
Through  June 7


William Matthews Gallery
William Matthews
Hot Afternoon
acrylic, 20 x 24
Through  June 7


William Matthews Gallery
Mark Daniel Nelson
Urban-Abstraction

Through  June 7


William Matthews Gallery
Joseph Podlesnik
Domestic
Photograph, 28 x 18
Through  June 7


Space Annex
Momentum
Through June 15


William Matthews Gallery
Scott Conary
The Mill
oil on panel, 24 x 36
Through  June 7


William Havu Gallery
Sandy Kinnee,
Stepping Stones Perhaps 75
Acrylic & enamel on unstretched canvas, 7 X 13 Feet
Through August 25


William Havu Gallery
Homare Ikeda
Madofuki #1
Acrylic & oil on canvas, 48 X 56 Inches

Through August 25



Robischon Gallery
Barbara Takenaga
Manifold 5
acrylic on linen, 70 x 225 in.
Through July 6


Robischon Gallery
Linda Fleming
Evening Breeze
powder-coated steel 66 x 83 x 2 in.
Through July 6


Robischon Gallery
Jaq Chartier
Green/Blue Chart
acrylic, ink, dyes, stains and spray paint on panel diptych 40 x 61 in.
Through July 6


Robischon Gallery
Alison Hall
Chapel II (Lorenzetti)
oil, graphite and plaster on panel 9 ½ x 7 ½ in.
Through July 6


David B. Smith Gallery
 Zach Reini
Through June 15


David B. Smith Gallery
 Sierra Montoya Barela
Photography
Through June 15


Space Gallery
Philip Tarlow
Motion 26
Mixed media on linen, 36"x38"
Through July 13


Space Gallery
Noelle Phares
The Alchemist
Acrylic, Gouache, Watercolor and Pencil on Linen, 30"x40"
Through July 13



Space Gallery
Graeme Duncan
Cabo Pulmo
Mixed Media. Acrylic and Photo on Panel, 42"x84"
Through July 13


Space Gallery
Ben Schwab
Converging Memory

Oil on Canvas, 50"x40"
Through July 13


Walker Fine Art
Kellie Cannon
False Color
Through July 13


Walker Fine Art
Bryan Leister
Copper Queen
Print on aluminum
Through July 13


Walker Fine Art
Chloe Hedden
Gold Pyrite
27 x 32 x 18
Through July 13


Walker Fine Art
Zelda Zinn
Plastic
Through July 13


Walker Fine Art
Angie Pieh
Elegy
Through July 13


Visions West Contemporary
Rachel Denny
Messenger, 2019, Detail
Through July 6



Visions West Contemporary
Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers
Turn a Blind Eye 3, 2017
glazed ceramic, maple
72 x 72 inches
Through July 6



Walker Fine Art 
The Prado Building, 300 West 11th Avenue (at Cherokee)
Denver, CO  80204 In the Golden Triangle   
Map
phone:     303.355.8955

website: 
www.walkerfineart.com  
hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-5 pm or by appointment

Continuing:
Finding Place, a group exhibition in coalition with the Denver Art Museum’s Asian Art Association. These artists: Sammy Lee, Cory Feder, Joo Woo, Jongku Kim, Chinn Wang and Kazu Oba form a collective narrative generating an intersectional conversation about Asian cultures. Working with modern incarnations of ancient artistic practices, to contemporary influences from the east and the west, together these artists are discovering a sense of place and identity in their art making. The journey of finding one’s place takes all forms, and in the case of these five artists, this exploration has been found in their artistic practice.
Through May 25

Friday, May 31
Opening reception, 5-9 pm
Composed Hypothesis, featuring: Chloe Hedden, Zelda Zinn, Bryan Leister, Angie Piehl, Lennon Michalski and Kellie Cannon. When it comes to arts and sciences, one cannot exist without the other. Concepts we think of as artistic – creativity, imagination, inventiveness, and inspiration – all of these are inherent to the scientific process. The artists in DICHOTOMY individually investigate the contrast between art and science: organic vs. geometric, natural vs. mechanical, micro vs. macro. The imagery in this group exhibition blurs differences in scale, creating a profoundly confusing sense of place. This work bridges art and science, raising questions about how we interpret various points of view, the broader universe, and our place in it. While this is not a new archetype, it does create an important dialogue about how we fit into our world, and how we are changing it.
Through July 13
 



William Havu Gallery       
 
1040 Cherokee
     Map
Denver, CO.  80204
phone:     303.893.2360

website:   www.williamhavugallery.com

Hours:     Tue - Fri 10-6 PM, Sat 11-5 PM, Sun and Mon by appointment only
Voted Westword's best gallery for contemporary art of the region, 2017

Continuing:
Of Places and Spaces, an exhibition by painters Homare Ikeda and Sandy Kinnee. In addition to the exhibition at William Havu Gallery, works by Homare Ikeda and Sandy Kinnee will also be on view at the McNichols Civic Center Buildin , 3rd floor, Denver, Colorado from April 21-August 25.   Westword review by Michael Paigala 
Through June 8

Saturday, May 11
Opening reception, 6-9pm at the McNichols Civic Center Building, 3rd Floor
Homare Ikeda & Sandy Kinnee, showing Concurrently at Two Venues: 

at William Havu Gallery through June 8 and additional works at Mcnichols Civic Denver Building
Click Here to Rsvp to Mcnichols Reception: Click here to RSVP to McNichols exhibition
Through August 25

Friday June 14
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Women in Abstraction with artists Monroe Hodder, Amy Meter, Lolo Montejo, Margaret Petitee Olsen, Laura Wait, and Sheryl Zacharia.
Through July 27
 



William Matthews Gallery
Owner:   William Matthews
Great Basin Studio
2540 Walnut St,
Denver, CO 80205   
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phone:   303-534-1300


Hours:    Tuesday & Thursday 10 am - 5 pm or by appointment
website:  williammatthewsstudio.com


Continuing:
Announcing William Matthews' new public art commission for Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, Texas. William was chosen from among many applicants to design, create and oversee fabrication of the decorative facade of the south entrance of Dickies Arena. The entire installation will be 100' long by 12' high. The composition will consist of a 63' x 12' glass tile mosaic mural of a western image created just for this space. It will be flanked by two 12’ high bronze bas-relief sculptures. Construction is currently underway on the massive bas-relief images in our studio. There are many stages from conception of the sculpture to the actual bronze casting. Come view the 12’ clay renderings before they move on to be cast at a foundry in Fort Collins on March 11.

Thursday, May 9
Abstraction/Obstruction show is a collaborative show of abstracted realism as viewed by seven extraordinary contemporary artists. Please contact Becky at the studio for more information. 303-534-1300 View the exhibit
Through  June 7

 


Continuing exhibits:  May   June   July   August

 

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